Not for Nothing November - Part 1

I am such a damned slacker that I only blogged once in the entire month of October. Not that I have anything to say or anyone to say it to, but it still sucks. I was determined to blog all the time and now it has fallen by the wayside along with crocheting and learning Pig Latin. Uck-fay ou-yay if you don't like it.

My heterosexual life partner Shannon is constantly tweaking her blog to reflect her fabulousity. I want to be just like her when I grow up. She has inspired me to make a meaningless pact with myself to blog daily for the entire month of November. Lucky I came up with this on the first of the month, eh? When the hell did I become Canadian?

Anyhoo, I vow to post something new every day for the next 30 days. It may be as little as a picture or video that has amused me or a rambling 3,000 word dissertation on my love of bacon. Bibbity bobbity bacon!

So strap in (or strap one on, depending on your particular proclivity) and get ready for a month of banal self-indulgence, people.

Since Shannon is the one who inspired me, this first one is dedicated to her. Go visit her at Headphones Monkey and say hi. She will school you in the ways of music, monkeys and all things spectacular. I shall profess my love for her in the form of a visual homage.







4 comments:

Headphones Monkey said...

My head has started to hurt from the greatness that is this blog. You are the damn greatest beeyotch ever and I treasure every moment with you. How on earth you found a dirty bits sock monkey I will never know. Sock Monkey Jemaine WILL be a permanent fixture on my blog, just you wait and see.

Bev said...

The giant sock monkey dangles are terrifying.

Yay for daily blog posting, though. Banal self-indulgence rawks! Bring it on, lady!

Headphones Monkey said...

Tenacious Kari,
Bodaciously awesome
you rock me side ways.

Kari said...

Yay! My very own haiku written by my very own heterosexual life partner. I can die happy and fulfilled now. I love you more than my luggage, woman.

Bev, thanks for the cheerleading! I said brrrr, it's cold in here. There must be some Toros in the atmosphere. Yes, I'm 40 and quoting "Bring it On" and no, I'm not the tiniest bit ashamed.